RSA UK growth offset by motor scheme pull out

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In personal lines, premiums increased by 20% to £337m and the insurer said the broker channel had continued to demonstrate excellent growth, with household premiums up by 24% and motor panels up by 55% due to rate action and good underlying panel growth.

However, RSA said the growth was offset by the expected 72% reduction in broker motor schemes following action taken in 2010 to exit unprofitable contracts.

In commercial, RSA said it had continued to target growth in specialty lines and had

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